Hey gamers. Recently decided to sell my HD 800 to build a new pee cee because my old one (FX6300,GTX 660 Ti,...) from 2013 started freezing when the CPU was above half clockspeed... Here's the new one: Specs: CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 GPU: Sapphire RX Vega 56 Pulse Mainboard: Gigabyte B450 AORUS M RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-2666 CL16 Drives: 500GB Crucial P1 NVMe as the Boot-drive and a 1TB SanDisk Plus SATA SSD as a data-grave Case: CM MasterBox Q300L Power Supply: 500W be quiet! Pure Power 11 CM Monitors: Dell 2408WFPb, Fujitsu P24W-7 LED Buying the hardware right before the Ryzen 3000/Navi launch wasn't actually too stupid because since then the prices for the vega 56 and the 2600 haven't changed much/at all. For 125€ the 2600 is still plenty fast and the Vega for 250€ is a really good deal aswell considering that decent GTX 1660 Tis still cost around 280€. Although I did run into some issues with the pulse, mainly the fans. At least in my case it can't always keep the temps under 55°C which makes the 0RPM mode useless and AMDs driver doesn't allow fan speed below 29% which is very audible. So I'm controlling the fans with the Afterburner to get the fans to a constant 14% when under 50°C - another application running in the background but at least it stays silent when the load is insignificant. Main reason I chose that specific mainboard was because the top slot is x16. On a lot of µATX boards the top slot is occupied by the M.2 slot which is a problem with big 2.5 slot graphics cards like the pulse (choked by psu + no additional expansion slots). This board has place for the pulse and something like a Wifi card in the bottom x16 slot. Glad I invested into the SSDs, feels really snappy and elliminates another noise-source. Also a lot of be quiet stuff because here in Germany their products are quite reasonably priced. The case is cute but quality is very meh. Entire system cost was around 800€.